Collection: White

White loose leaf tea generally produces a light to medium-bodied cup, which means it feels relatively thin and smooth on the palate. Flavor-wise they tend to be delicate and nuanced, offering a subtle sweetness with floral and fruity notes. Some varieties you may get hints of melon, peach, or honey. When brewed, white tea tends to produce a pale yellow or light golden liquor with aromas often described as fresh, floral, and slightly sweet. The finish is clean and refreshing, with a lingering sweetness that contributes to its smooth and mild character.